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Sue these mosques for incitement to murder!

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle

Submitted by bill randles (United States), Aug 9, 2006 at 10:54

Daniel thank you again for a very sobering but informative take on this story.

Do you think US citizens who are victimised by Sudden Jihad syndrome(SJS) would ever be able to sue Mosques who incite such hatred and murder?

Thank you again-Bill Randles

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If there is evidence that the mosque leadership was aware of plotting on its premises, such a case could make sense.

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